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Tonight! Live!

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August 17th, 2022 Posted 7:14 am

Tonight at 6:30 Eight Cousins Books (a Cape Cod institution!) will be hosting me for a talk and signing at the Falmouth Mass. Public Library, 300 Main St. I may read a very short passage from Bark To The Future, a snippet that maybe distills the whole series!

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Eight Cousins …

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November 14th, 2020 Posted 8:20 am

… is a great bookstore here on Cape Cod. Yesterday in the comments was a request for me to drop in there and sign a copy of Bark vs. Snark, the most recent Queenie and Arthur middle-grader. I’m happy to do that – will try for today! And as a general note, if anyone wants to order any of my books from them – Chet and Bernie or anything else – I’m happy to sign them before they ship to you. When you order, just ask them to email me to come on down with my pen!

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Heart of Barkness Launch …

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July 3rd, 2019 Posted 8:33 am

… at Eight Cousins in Falmouth. No one threw anything, always the sign of a good event. Tonight: 7PM, Savoy Bookshop and Cafe, 10 Canal St., Westerly, Rhode Island. I’ll be reading the first scene – so you won’t have to!

As for preorder people who have not received the short story (Upper Story) – there are only a few, if I understand right. They should email toradvertising@tor.com. Don’t worry – you will get it somehow – even if I have to read it to you over the phone!

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Pub Date: Heart of Barkness!

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July 2nd, 2019 Posted 7:39 am

Book launch is tonight 7 PM at Eight Cousins, 189 Main St., Falmouth Mass. Full tour schedule is at peterabrahams.com, click “events.”

And the first Amazon review was already up – before we were – from Kathleen G:

“5.0 out of 5 stars – A Treat – July 2, 2019.

I’d not read this series before so it took a minute for me to set my perspective to Chet’s. Chet’s a dog, which veteran readers of Quinn know but I didn’t. Quinn does a nice job, btw, of making it possible to hop in and know what’s what and who’s who so this is fine as a standalone. This time out, Chet and his human companion Bernie, a detective are poking around in the case of Lotty Pilgrim, a once well known country singer who has fallen on hard times and possibly murdered Clint, her companion and manager. They’re both convinced she didn’t do it (I liked Chet’s view of things here). As always in the genre, there are secrets, lies, and a twist that will make you nod … Fans of the series will love it and new readers have a treat ahead.”

Re Upper Story, the new Chet and Bernie short story that accompanies preorders – it will go out at noon ET today.

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